Broomhandle Mauser

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Broomhandle Mauser

Postby Slack Tide » Thu Sep 30, 2010 3:15 pm

Hey Boys,
I have a few questions about this thing, but I will begin with:
1) What would be a range of value for it being that it is in 8+ condition (conservatively), has the wooden holster/stock and is clean as hell with all the German stamps etc (no swastika)
2) How the hell do you open the action? There is the trigger and the trigger safety and then you have the T shaped firing pin receiver that seems to be shaped to pull back between your fingers. Stuck! But clean, no rust etc......
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Re: Broomhandle Mauser

Postby texan68 » Thu Oct 21, 2010 10:22 pm

Not sure on the operation of the pistol, but look on gunbroker for a roundabout price. I was into that kinda stuff years ago after I was handed down a 1914 Mauser pocket pistol - 32 cal. Unfortunantly the firing pin broke during a cleaning......just too dang old.
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Re: Broomhandle Mauser

Postby GroundSwatter » Fri Oct 22, 2010 9:36 am

I have no idea, but post some pics of it. THose things are awesome.
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